The New York Restaurant Group is once again holding its semiannual "National Wine Week," now in its 13th year, this spring and fall. The spring event runs from March 22 to 26 in five cities: New York, Chicago, Las Vegas, Miami Beach and New Orleans.
Over five days, the restaurants will serve 400 wines from around the world, including well-known names such as Antinori, Bouchard, Caymus, Opus One, Rosemount and Veuve Cliquot. Each restaurant will offer a different selection of eight to 10 free wines, which will change every day, to customers who order from the regular lunch menu. In New York alone, more than 12,000 bottles of free wine will be poured.
All of the New York Restaurant Group's properties are participating, including the Smith & Wollensky and Wollensky's Grill restaurants in Chicago, Las Vegas, Miami Beach, New Orleans and New York. Other Wine Week venues are Park Avenue Cafe (dinner only) and Mrs. Park's Tavern in Chicago. In New York, the event also takes place at Cite and Cite Grill, Maloney & Porcelli, The Manhattan Ocean Club, Park Avenue Cafe and The Post House. As the event tends to draw large crowds, reservations are recommended.
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